Lynn wrote:Thanks Reasonvemotion, I hadn't realised Mooncup was such a recent product but great to hear it getting celebrity endorsement. I've found it very eco friendly and cost effective but it can be a bit cumbersome to use .reasonvemotion wrote:http://www.zastavki.com/eng/Music/Amy_W ... 101-16.htm
The makers of Mooncup, a new feminine hygiene product, are surveying women around the world, trying to break the taboo surrounding women’s reproductive organs…. To promote their product, Mooncup bosses are asking ladies to log onto loveyourvagina.com and reveal the nicknames they use for their vaginas
"I call it my little Va-Jew-Jew". Thanks for the info Amy.
Oh God forbid things get cumbersome that time of the month! Once my husband and I and another couple who are close friends went to paris for a week. During the trip my husband and hers began to tease us with the nicknames, "Spot" and "Flo", I won't say who was which but, I have to say "Flo" had the hardest time finding supplies there. Now I don't know if all groceries stores are this way in Paris, but the one we went into did not sell feminine products! Can you believe that?! We were directed to a drug store!
Finally, we make it to the drug store but try as we may we went up and down the isles but could not find the darn things! I suppose we looked crazy walking up and down the aisles because the store clerk...who was a man... came up to us and asked us in French what we were looking for....unfortunately we could not tell him because none of us knew the french word for them.
Luckily, Spot's husband got a terrific idea, he pointed to his genitals/crotch area and then pointed to us! It finally dawned on the clerk what we were there to purchase! Laughing, he directed us to the correct aisle and the crisis was averted.
However, I could not help but think how inconvenient for women there to not be able to have one stop shopping...esp on those days when one may not feel well. What the hell is up with that? Really?!
Oh...and I did not name mine...but it has been referred to as "The Golden Panocha".